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City Hauls in Over a Tonne of Invasive Goldfish
St. Albert may have broken a provincial record by hauling in more than a tonne of invasive goldfish from two stormwater ponds this fall.

City crews used the pesticide Rotenone on the Edgewater and Ted Hole Park stormwater ponds earlier this fall to try to wipe out their populations of Asian goldfish.



 
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